|Prison, in which undergoing Sentence.
||General Penitentiary Milbank. (since 28 Feb 1840)
|Name and Age
|| John Lovell - aged 42.
|Married or Single - Number of Children.
||Married. no children.
||Church of England.
||Attended a Sunday School a considerable time - can read well and
write a little - Was a Sunday-school Teacher for 8 years, which he
gave up when he became a Chartist.
|Profession or Trade
|Condition in Life, and means of Subsistence.
||Was born and brought up at Chipping Warden Northamptonshire was
apprenticed to a Gardiner and Florist - worked as a Gardiner for Gentlemen
until the last six Years, during which he has rented some ground at
Newport and sold Vegetables.
||High Treason - was present at and engaged in the attack upon the
Westgate at Newport.
|Sentence, and Date and Place of Conviction.
||Death commuted to Trans.[portation] for Life, and again to five
years Imp.[risonment] in the Penitentiary - He was convicted before
the Monmouth Special Comm[issio]n. 10 Dec 1839-
|Length of Imprisonment before Trial.
||Thirty five days.
|Expiration of Sentence
9th Decemb r 1844.
|Ordinary Diet of the Prisoners' Class to which Prisoner
|| Breakfast 1 pint Gruel - 1/2lb.
bread - Dinner four days 5 oz. meat
1 lb. potatoes, 1/2 lb bread - two days 2 oz. cheese 1 lb bread. One
day 1 1/2 pints soup 1 lb. potatoes 1/2 lb. bread.
Supper - four days 1 pint Gruel 1/2 lb bread. Three days, 1
pint broth 1/2 lb bread.
|Extra Diet, when allowed
||Extra diet when sick, whatever the Surgeon may order.
||The ordinary discipline of the Penitentiary - Is employed as a Tailor
|Present and ordinary State
of Health - if predisposed to Chronic Disease, effect of Imprisonment.
|Good. No chronic disease - bears the imprisonment without any apparent
|Conduct in Prison